Catching up with Outtacontroller bassist Matt Grace to discuss the holdup and release of the Television Zombie LP, as well as receiving fan mail from the most unexpected of places.
Fog Lake’s summer release Victoria Park has received yet another great visual accompaniment, and this time it’s for the track “Bury My Dead Horses”. The video is a creation by Jam King of Family Video, and the current live bass player for Fog Lake. The footage was shot during a trip to Iceland.
Spieling on Wooden Wives new single, upcoming album, and why a personal revelation with their music stoked the fire under Secret East’s ass.
Indulge in our 80 track youtube playlist of perfect stab-you-in-the-background music to accompany your costume making, candy eating, pumpkin carving, apple bobbing, ouija boarding, punch spiking, bedroom roleplaying, and all other seasonally appropriate activities.
St. John’s emcee Dope Piece keeps busy with a double addition to his music video library, and a teaser track for the DOPEACE mixtape set to drop this fall.
The Sidewinders were a seven piece deep funk n’ soul outfit from Halifax, NS who released a 1977 self-produced LP entitled Flatfoot Hustlin’. Collectors consider the release the holy grail of Canadian funk, with the original pressing selling upwards from $1-2,000 CAD, but little information is available on the group beyond the eight song LP.
Attention all ye freakers, miscreants, screwballers, and sapheaded numbskulls of St. John’s and surrounding areas — there’s officially a ball to roll to this Halloween, and it promises to be a place where you can be your weird-ass selves, or be a weird-ass someone else.
This Secret Selection is a deep cut from Newfoundland’s first punk band Da Slyme, and it’s one of their lesser known live tracks recorded in 1984. Da Slyme had sauce, humor, and boozy wit drizzled with a distinct Newfoundland flavor, as thick and salty as mudders brownest gravy.
In anticipation of tonight’s dual-show closing celebrations for Shed Island, we caught up with Andy March of CROSSS for some words on the importance of the Atlantic Canadian small fest circuit, ongoing live developments, and the anxieties of the songwriting process